Neighbourhood Plan News

On the 21 July 202 the Parish Council meet at an Extra-Ordinary meeting to discuss the redrafted Neighbourhood Development Plan – Regulation 17a version.

Tysoe NDP Regulation 17A Version

17 April 2020 – Email to Stratford District Council confirming preparations to move to Regulation 17a consultations

Dear Sirs
Re: Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan
Whilst we are obviously incredibly disappointed with the outcome of recent correspondence between David Roache, Chairman of the Tysoe Parish Council Neighbourhood Planning Group, and officers of Stratford District Council, we accept that to move forward, without detriment to the Parish, concessions must be made.

As a Parish Council we will now prepare to move to a Regulation 17a consultation focusing on the amended Reserve Sites and the Strategic Gap policies.  We accept that the proposed BUAB for Lower Tysoe is no longer tabled for discussion.  Our aim is to proceed to referendum and to receive Stratford District Council acceptance of the Plan as soon as possible.

We look forward to working with colleagues from Stratford District Council in the future to draw the plan to a mutually agreeable close.

Yours sincerely
Beverley Thorpe
Tysoe Parish Clerk

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14 April 2020 – Neighbourhood Plan update
Following receipt of the Examiner’s report on our Plan last month and subsequent legal advice we arranged to meet with the District Council on 17th March. For obvious reasons this meeting was cancelled and no new date arranged. I did have a lengthy phone conversation with the Senior Planning Policy officer and exchanged ideas on a way forward. The purpose of these discussions is to agree on a Plan that protects Tysoe from unwanted development and preserves the things we all value. We will continue to discuss the Plan with the District Council in the hope that, despite the current crisis, we can agree on a way forward.

David Roache, Chairman, Neighbourhood Plan Group

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17 February 2020 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan – Examiner’s Final Report
Following receipt of the “fact check” version of the Examiner’s report the Parish Council sought advice from its planning consultant and obtained Counsel’s opinion on the Examiner’s report. This opinion is published here. The Parish Council has now asked for a meeting with the District Council to discuss how to take matters forward. We await a date for that meeting.
Tysoe Neighbourhood Development Plan – Examiner’s report final
Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan Legal Opinion 14 February 2020

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17 October 2019 – Tysoe Parish Council – comments on Cameron Homes proposed development – Sandpits Road
Tysoe PC Comments on Cameron Homes proposal

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10 August 2019 – SDC Site Allocation Plan – Parish Council Response & Summary
Summary of response to SAP
SAP Representations Form DRAFT

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15 May 2019 – Submission Plan
The Submission version of the Neighbourhood Plan is now with the District Council for consultation. The consultation period will run from Thursday 16th May to Friday 28th June. All of the documents can be viewed here or they can be viewed at www.stratford.gov.uk/nplan where comments on the Plan can also be posted.
Once the consultation period is over the Plan plus any comments and the Parish Council’s responses to those comments will be given to an independent Examiner who will take up to three months to write a report. If, as expected, he then recommends that the Plan goes to referendum, probably with a few recommended amendments, the referendum is likely to be in late November or December of this year.
This is your Plan and, when the time comes, it is important that you vote. Watch out for further publicity around the village regarding the timing of a referendum and other matters on the Plan.

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25 February 2019 – Strategic Environmental Assessment & Habitats Regulations Assessment of the Tysoe NDP
Please find attached final SEA screening report  which includes the responses from the Statutory consultees.  It concludes that Tysoe NDP should not be screened into the SEA process.
Tysoe Final Screening Report SEA HRA Screening 11 180219CW
Rosemary Williams MRTPI, Policy Planner, Policy Team

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29 August 2018 – Statement from the NPG and Parish Council
The Parish Council (PC) and the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (the NPG) are aware that certain individuals are trying to influence the consultation process and have distributed literature which the PC/NPG believes is misleading. The PC and the NPG urge you to speak and think freely without influence and respond to the plan consultation based on your own views and not others. All comments will be considered and in due course a joint statement will be released by the PC/NPG .

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27 February 2018 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Draft pre Consultation feedback
Tysoe NPG Feedback 08012018

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22 August 2017 – Tysoe NPG Meeting Schedule for 2017
Neighbourhood Plan Meetings scheduled for 2017

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4 July 2017 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan Pre-Submission Draft
The public consultation on the first Pre-submission Draft has now closed.

Both the Parish Council and the Neighbourhood Planning Group would like to thank you for your overwhelming response.

We will not be accepting any further comments at this time and are presently working through all the comments that we have received with a view to making amendments to the plan.

There will be a further Pre-submission consultation in the Autumn where you will have the opportunity to see and comment on the amended plan prior to its submission to Stratford-on-Avon Council.

Tysoe Parish Council & the NPG, July 2017

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1 June 2017 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan Pre-Consultation meeting
June NP Consultations

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19 May 2017 – Neighbourhood Plan – Pre-consultation draft Neighbourhood Plan
You can now download the pre-consultation draft Neighbourhood Plan. Readers should also download the Proposals Map which is an integral part of the draft Plan, you may also want to download Volume 2 of the draft Plan which provides much of the evidence to support the policies contained in the draft Plan.
Tysoe Plan Feedback Form
Site Assessment Matrix

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5 January 2017 – Housing Needs Survey – Summary of Results
Our thanks go to all of you who filled in Housing Needs Survey forms. The 174 forms returned represent an excellent response for such an exercise. The survey sought to discover what housing is required for people with a local connection and to find what support there is for an affordable housing scheme.  It also gave the opportunity to express other opinions which could influence development within the village.

AGING POPULATION
The survey confirmed that Tysoe has an ageing population which could lead to problems of sustainability. There is a  preponderance of larger houses, above average for Stratford District Council, this combined with an ageing population means that most dwellings are under-occupied.

IDENTIFIED NEED

  • The survey identified a need for eleven new homes in Tysoe Parish for households with a local connection
  • These should comprise a mixture of Housing Association Rental, Housing Association Shared Ownership and Owner occupier dwellings.  Seven of these would be small flats, two 2-bedroom houses and two small bungalows.
  • Responses indicated that there is a clear appetite among residents to meet the need for affordable housing within the parish.
  • There is a need for more smaller houses to allow residents of larger houses to downsize as their requirements change.

YOU VALUE HIGHLY

  • The rural and historic environment of the village
  • The shops and services

YOU ARE CONCERNED ABOUT

  • Transport links
  • Problems with traffic and parking
  • Proportionate development  (not housing estates)
  • Broadband
  • Flooding

NEXT STEPS
We will use information from the survey to inform the next draft of our Neighbourhood Plan.  Watch for details on the Parish Website and village notice board.

The Neighbourhood Planning Group is setting up a sub-committeee to consider options for affordable housing development in Tysoe. Let us know if you interested in getting involved, please contact: David Roache on: 680309 or email: djroache@buzzinternet.co.uk

The full Housing Needs Survey report is available at:  tysoe-hns-report-november2016

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17 November 2017 – Have your Say on the Future of Tysoe
tysoe-np-consultation-poster

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17 November 2017 – Publicity About Public Consultation – Parish Council Disclaimer
It has come to the notice of the Parish Council that flyers about the upcoming Public Consultation 25th – 26th November 2016, calling on residents to vote against certain sites have been distributed to some households in Tysoe.

The Consultation has been organised by the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee on behalf of the Parish Council. Its purpose is to allow residents of Tysoe to decide which potential sites for development they prefer and which they like the least.

Neither the Steering Committee nor the Parish Council are offering any opinion on the suitability or unsuitability of any of the potential sites and any publicity about the consultation expressing such opinions does not come from them.

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3 November 2016 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan – Save the Date

Come and have your say in Tysoe’s future!
When: Friday 7pm 25th November and Saturday 10.00am-4.00pm November 26th
Where: Methodist Church.  Free tea, coffee and biscuits

This is an important Neighbourhood Plan Consultation.   Love it or hate it, we have to accept housing development in Tysoe.  It’s part of a nationwide policy.  But planners and District Councils now have to take Neighbourhood  Plans seriously.  This is your change to tell us where and what kind of development YOU want rather than having to respond to developers so we can write our own Plan for Tysoe.  YOUR opinion counts, so come along and speak up.  Let’s protect our village and make it a better place to live.

The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, will be on hand to help.

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30 September 2016 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan – “Call for Sites”

Do you have any sites suitable for development?

shlaa-call-for-sites-form

As part of the Neighbourhood Plan, Tysoe is required to identify and keep a register of sites. From 1 September till 31st October the new Working Party for the Neighbourhood Plan will be running a ‘Site Allocation consultation’.

If you have a site which you think would be suitable for development in the Tysoe Parish, then you will need to fill out a ‘Call for Sites’ form which you can find on the website on the link above, or pick up a form from Tysoe Village Shop and Tea Rooms and return it to the Parish Clerk so it can be added to the Register.   Please complete the form if you would like to suggest land for future development in Stratford on Avon District.  The sites will be assessed as part of the SHLAA and used in the preparation of the Site Allocation Plan which can be viewed at www.stratford.gov.uk/siteallocations

Please only submit sites capable of delivering 1 or more homes.

For those who have already applied as part of an earlier ‘Call for Sites’, there is no need to reapply as your site details will already be on the register. If you miss this consultation period, don’t panic as applications can always be added later.

Please come along to any of the meetings of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee if you have any questions about the Site Allocation consultation, you will find details of our next meeting on the Parish noticeboard.

Isobel Watson, Secretary
Tysoe NP Steering Committee
Email: nutmeg51@btinternet.com

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11 July 2016 – Parish Council Meeting – Presentation on Neighbourhood Plan
There is a meeting of the Parish Council on Tuesday 19th June 2016 at 7.15pm in the Village Hall, Committee room where the findings and recommendations of the Neighbourhood Plan Voluntary Group will be presented and discussed.

Come along to ensure your views on the future of Tysoe are heard.

There is a meeting of the Parish Council on Tuesday 19th June 2016 at 7.15pm in the Village Hall, Committee room where the findings and recommendations of the Neighbourhood Plan Voluntary Group will be presented and discussed.

Come along to ensure your views on the future of Tysoe are heard.
Voluntary Group’s Report (Final Version)

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2 February 2016 – Tysoe Needs You

Tysoe Parish Council is intent on getting our Neighbourhood Plan completed.

We are determined to have it done well, with as much involvement of the community as possible. We want to produce a Neighbourhood Plan of which we can all feel proud, and which meets the needs and aims of the Parish of Tysoe.

We need help from the residents of Tysoe to achieve this.

At this stage we need a number of people with a range of skills: for example, marketing, project management, communications, event management, planning, document writing, workshop facilitation, local knowledge and connections.

Most of all we need people with common sense and an interest in the well-being of our community.

Do you have any of these or other skills which you could offer?

You would be asked to be a member of a small working group, taking part in one of a number of projects, over the next 2 to 3 months. We would give you a clear briefing of what will be needed.

The former Steering Group did a lot of work to get us to where we are, but much remains to be done to get the Plan completed.

Please let us know your interest by getting in touch with any Parish Councillor, by phone, email or otherwise.

The following Councillors are responsible for guiding this phase of the Plan’s development:

  • Keith Risk: Tel: 01295 680 522 Email: keith.risk@tysoe.org.uk
    Jacqui Sinclair: 01295 680 592 Email: Jacqui.sinclair@tysoe.org.uk
  • Further information on the Parish Council and Neighbourhood Plan can be found on the Tysoe Parish & Community Website: www.tysoe.org.uk

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6 October 2016 – Tysoe Neighbourhood Plan October 2015 Newsletter

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